Yellowstone National Park

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the first national park in the United States

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The platforms have arched windows with filigree work, yellow stone and portraits of men in a bygone era, with leather satchels and falcons instead of laptop bags for accessories.
SMELL: Medium intensity of ripeness aromas suggesting notes of pears, apples, yellow stone fruits, and minerals.
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Originally they were carved in a creamy yellow stone which contrasted tastefully with the red brick of the walls and, as with the ironwork of the roof supports, were not to one standardised design.
Etna in Italy and several national and state parks in the United States, including the Grand Canyon, the Everglades, Yellow Stone and Redwood.
La Rose comes to her new position with a variety of experience in the resort industry, most recently arriving from Montana where she spent seven years as the Director of Retail, Rental, Human Resources, Technology and Procurement at Yellow Stone Mountain Club.
Large, stepped and freestanding, it has taps on all four sides of the cistern, and all four of its faces are covered with elaborate gray and yellow stone carving, with SelE*uk-style maqarnas (stalactites) decorating the corners.
The small domed mosque is square-shaped with Ci balcony and it was built in yellow stone blocks, which some suggest were taken from a nearby ruined church.
Raynolds kept of the trip from their winter lodgings near (present-day) Glenrock, Wyoming to the Three Forks of the Missouri in southwestern Montana, Up the Winds and Over the Tetons also includes an epilogue, and appendices offering Raynolds' published report of his activities on May 31, 1860, and a preliminary report of Raynolds and his Topographical Engineers on the Yellow Stone Expedition as of October 5, 1860.
The film unit was preparing to shoot the climax of the Sriram Raghavan-directed film at the historic Kuldhara site when the film unit's art director unwittingly used maroon colour to paint the original yellow stone and also filled mud in the stone layers of the old walls of the ancient city's houses, thus not only defacing the structure, but also causing permanent damage to the heritage property.
Metz Cathedral is well worth visiting with the building's yellow stone dominating the skyline.
Minnesota is known for that yellow stone, and we were looking at a very thin kind of, what's called a veneer system," he said.
AaHe added that the project includes mending the cracks in the walls, paving the floors with yellow stone slabs, cleaning the stone-made fronts of the building and restoring the wooden furniture in addition to installing windows that are suitable for the architectural style of that time.